Mr. Otis Taylor - Banjo Boogie Blues
I am just an average 50 year old white man. I live in Phila. I race cross. I can't sleep. I'm ready for Louisville, I think. Racing for a World championship.
I'm getting my music ready for the drive, my mix.
I got a few 12 packs of retro cans of Tecate for the trip.
a flask, good coffee, 3 pairs of jeans, 3 t-shirts, 3-button shirts. 9 days away from home.
a shit load of all I got bike clothes.
A stop in Pittsburgh Saturday night, a bit of a turn, but on my way, gotta see my Mom, stepDad Michael. a bit of love and hugs and on the road. I'm thinking Sunday Night at Freddies Bar
my can't sleep started a few days ago.
the 1st night, I got off the couch, and saw Mr. Lee Fields, a quick drive to the city, standing up by the stage, the floor filled up, he worked, good old sounding soul to me, I got home and then dozed pretty good.
tonight, I rolled under the covers, shiver my self about, into place next to my lady.
My heart beat harder.
My eye lids stayed open.
My mind, I just thought thoughts of Louisville.
so I put my feet back on the floor,
sat back down with a beer,
I tried to write it off
my can't sleep.
Lee Fields - Honey Dove
to bed. d.